Rapper and White House Guest Common didn't just "rap" his opposition to mixed-race relationships. In a 2005 interview he spoke out
against mixed-race relationships. Meet Rev. Jeremiah Wright's pal:
Simply put, that Jeremiah Wright gives me the creeps. How in the world President Obama could expose those two beautiful girls of his to that man's stench of hate for all those years is beyond me. But I forget that when you're a Leftist nothing you say qualifies as hate nor is it a violation of your tax-exempt status when you politick for a specific candidate from the pew.
And if you're a Leftist rapper like Common, the same double standard applies. It's not hate-speech to call for the burning of an American president and racial separatism when it comes to relationships. Better yet, the "poetry" of those words qualifies you as distinguished enough to warrant a White House audience with President Obama and the First Lady at an event titled "An Evening of Poetry."
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, here are some of Common's greatest hits:
In fact, Common rapped at the 2008 New Year celebration at Wright’s church. “I’m gonna let you know / No people want drama / We gonna vote for my man / What’s his name? Obama … Revolution is here,” he sang, and the Rev. Wright danced in the background. ...
“Flyer say Free Mumia on my freezer,” he raps in another. Mumia Abu-Jamal is an incarcerated former member of the Black Panther Party who was convicted in 1981 for killing a Philadelphia police officer. ...
Common has also been a vocal opponent of mixed race relationships and believes black men and white women should not date. In one rap he says, “I don’t know what it is / but white girls gettin’ ass / I know what it is / It’s cash.”
Common's racist opposition to mixed race relations goes beyond a crude song lyric. He not only opposes the mixing of the races, he sees women outside his race as nothing more than objects of personal sexual gratification. From a 2005 interview
COMMON: I don’t think there’s anything the matter with somebody loving somebody from another race but it’s almost like a stereotype that if you’ve got dreadlocks you go out with a white girl. just feel like, as black men, we do have to be aware that, yo, every time we step out with some woman it’s setting an example for our daughters and it’s also representing something for our mothers. If you can’t really love your own, how can you really love others?
TOUCH: So you don’t agree with mixed race relationships?
COMMON: I disagree with them. It's a lack of self-love. It's a problem.
TOUCH: Have you ever dated outside your race?
COMMON: Nah, not dated [giggles].
TOUCH: Have you slept with anybody outside your race?
COMMON: Yeah, I definitely have.
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The 2007 rap includes threats to kill police and a call to kill then-President George W. Bush.
“Them dick boys got a lock of cock in them
“My people on the block got a lot of [Tu]pac in them…
“Burn a Bush cos’ for peace …”
Maybe the invitation is all a big ruse, a sting of some sort so the Secret Service can get a hold of this guy.
If not, the President and First Lady are debasing the people's house in an unprecedented way. To give a racist thug like Common the White House stamp of approval is, unfortunately, not at all surprising at all for this White House. Neither the president nor our media seems to understand that inviting Common to the White is no different than inviting, say, a country singer who endorsed Bush from the pew of the Koran-burners church and, just like Common, opposes mixed race relations and promotes of cop killing.
We've gone from p[resident Clinton repudiating Sister Souljah to the Obama White House embracing this.
Is it 2012 yet?